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Post-16 Participation in STEM Subjects: Interim Report

Published by LSIS, this report gives interim findings from a programme investigating the gap between the numbers of learners studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in schools at A Level, and those studying in Further Education (FE). This interim report provides insight into barriers to progression in STEM and challenges that are specific to the FE sector. It also recognises and applauds examples of strategies which overcome these difficulties, leading to recommendations for teachers, managers and policy makers. The associated resource, Talking Stem, has been developed to support managers in identifying key successes and challenges along progression routes through STEM and to develop strategies for strengthening those routes.

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